By  on February 24, 2009

Jack Spade has created a men’s apparel line, part of a major apparel push at Kate Spade that includes wholesaling its women’s clothes for the first time.

Cuan Hanly, vice president and general manager of Jack Spade, positioned the men’s wear for an urban dweller age 28 to 35, who might already carry Jack Spade’s functional bags. Mainly comprised of shirts, ties, sweaters and tailored separates, the line is cut for a young, fit guy, but not slim to the point of trendiness.

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